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Graduate Academic Assistant (GAA) opportunity for UBC iSchool students

Graduate Academic Assistant (GAA) opportunity for UBC iSchool students

All UBC iSchool students are invited to apply for this part-time GAA position to assist Dr. Jennifer Douglas in the MAS curriculum review process.

What’s in My “Stream”?: Critical Knowledge for the Spotify User

What’s in My “Stream”?: Critical Knowledge for the Spotify User

MLIS student Sam Davidson explains how Spotify analyzes user data and presents it to its stakeholders to adjust and generate new content just for you.

Master’s Info Session for Prospective students

Master’s Info Session for Prospective students

Librarian. Archivist. Finder of things. Information Expert. Start your career journey today and learn more about our master’s programs. Register for our next info session on Thursday, May 13.

Smart technologies for people control concept. Deep learning and intelligence concept. Network idea. People connected by a network.

Minor in Informatics Info Session

Join us on Wednesday, May 12, for this info session to learn more about our recently launched minor in Informatics, available courses and degree requirements.

The 2020 (Re)Collection

The 2020 (Re)Collection

Students in the Theory and Practice of Oral History course created this exhibit to revisit the lives and memories and document the experiences of different individuals during the pandemic.

Q&A with April Miller

Q&A with April Miller

Join iSchool graduate and Manager of the World Bank Library & Archives, April Miller, for a Q&A about what makes archives of international organizations unique and exciting

IBPOC Voices Speaker Series

IBPOC Voices Speaker Series

Join IDEAS@UBC for this talk on how librarians and library students can actively support Indigenous community-led research projects through course design and consultation.

Duty to Document

Duty to Document

InterPARES Trust and the Canadian Institute for Information and Privacy Studies invite you to this documentary premiere, followed by an interactive panel and Q&A session.

Re-envisioning the First Nations Curriculum Concentration

Re-envisioning the First Nations Curriculum Concentration

Funded by UBC’s Academic Excellence Funds, this one-year project will focus on reimagining and strengthening the School’s First Nations Curriculum Concentration (FNCC).